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Using alternate DNS with Android, cleaning Chromebooks, and more

Professional editors greatly improve the quality of written works, but they are expensive and take ti
Practicing Google
Using alternate DNS with Android, cleaning Chromebooks, and more
By Paolo Amoroso • Issue #11 • View online
Professional editors greatly improve the quality of written works, but they are expensive and take time. If you publish a high volume of blog posts, newsletter issues, or other online writings, the cost and time constraints of editors may make hiring them impractical.
Grammar checking tools can help you self edit for publication or polish a draft before handing it to an editor.
ProWritingAid, linked below, is the tool I chose. As a non-native English speaker, I use it all the time for all my writings and it integrates well with the Google ecosystem. It’s freemium, and it strikes a good balance between features and price.
— Paolo

Android
How to make Android use an alternate DNS server
Chrome and Chrome OS
How to use Chrome's password Manager
5 steps to clean and disinfect your Chromebook
Google Docs, Google Assistant
How to always display the word count in Google Docs
The most common Google Home and Assistant commands
Android apps
Squid - Take Notes & Markup PDFs
Web apps
ProWritingAid
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